A video post taking a look at what is coming to Gravity Forms 2.5. The hightlights are:
Cleaner (Gutenburg-esque) styling to the form editor and revamped settings pages.
Drag-and-drop column control (for up to four columns).
One of my frustrations with maintaining WooCommerce sites has been updating the plugin in bulk via MainWP (easy) only to login to one of the sites later and discover it is waiting on a database update. What it did not realize for the last 5 years is that as a MainWP Pro user I could…Read More
Assistant is a pre-release plugin (available on the WordPress repository and on Github) and by the Beaver Builder team, In their own words: Assistant is a new way to work with WordPress. It’s an every-day productivity tool that lets you navigate your WordPress site and handle quick tasks without needing to go to the WordPress…Read More
I was asked if it was possible to add individual notes to clients when sending out client reports in bulk. As the MainWP community forum had just opened up, I asked there and got this useful reply from Bogdan Rapać. Having tried this out, I thought I would add a little more context and share…Read More
Apologies for mentioning this just after the festive holidays, but the ACF pro plugin lifetime deal is due to end in “early 2020”. I’m not an affiliate. I’m just a big fan of this plugin. I was in two minds about this. I’m completely behind Elliot Condon’s decision to finally charge subcription, but equally I…Read More
What’s MainWP MainWP a (5 star rated) WordPress plugin that let’s you turn a WordPress install into a Master Dashboard. From there you manage all your other WordPress sites more efficiently. Updates and changes can be done in bulk with a single button click. We’ve used MainWP daily since 2015 and It’s been central to…Read More
This is part of my Digital Freedoms series where I share my experience of providing client website service to fund a free living Digital nomad lifestyle. In this one I’m talking about eating out as a nomad. Tourist to nomad I took holidays (vacations) in many places I now regularly visit as a nomad. As…Read More
In my last post I said I would talk about nomadic living costs. It turns out this is a huge topic that gives me writer’s cramp and make me introspective. Instead, I thought I would follow up with a little more context as to why we now focus on hosting and care. So with no…Read More
We do things differently. Instead of concentrating on getting higher paying projects, we focused on accommodating any budget and building up a recurring (almost passive) income through website hosting and maintenance. Our model has grown out of a desire to protect our free time, but has been made possible due to page builders and easy…Read More
This is an introduction to a series on living a life of freedom by remotely providing client website services and digital marketing. It’s been 8 years since my wife and I quit our jobs in the UK and started living a digital nomad lifestyle. Now it feels like we have enough experience to offer some…Read More